Jeffrey E. Bode, is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President of MAM. Mr. Bode purchased Schmidt Mortgage Company on March 31st, 2010 and reorganized its operations and incorporated the loan production of Moncor (a mortgage operating unit he managed prior to the acquisition) in August of 2010 to build Mid America Mortgage, Inc., in December of 2011. Mr. Bode founded the original Mid America Mortgage, Inc. in 1989 and was the first lender to develop an interface inside Calyx’s Point software. The interface enables brokers to price, lock, underwrite, and receive loan status, while drawing loan documents within Point or from a website linked to Point. Mr. Bode further developed the technology and has utilized those advances to offer superior performance in the mortgage industry. In 2003, Mr. Bode sold the previous company to Aegis Mortgage and focused on developing his software until 2007 when he returned to the mortgage business. Mr. Bode opted to stay out of ownership of a mortgage company due to the perceived risk he saw in the products being originated from 2004 until 2007. During that time he focused on winding down the original Mid America Mortgage, Inc., developing Mortgage Machine software, and creating a tax lien business.
Mr. Bode also has successfully founded and grown two other companies. Moncor Tax Advisors is a tax lien company that he founded in 2006. Within two years of its founding, Moncor became the largest single family tax lien company in the State of Texas. The business is still in existence and netted in excess of $1.7 million in profits in fiscal year 2012 while in wind down mode. Bode also owns and manages Mortgage Machine Services Inc. a technology provider that is an IT solution for mortgage companies. It is the origination system that MAM utilizes.